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We are super excited to announce that Anyblock Analytics GmbH will be spearheading the expansion of Blockdaemon Inc. in Germany! The corresponding contracts have been signed last week and closing is expected shortly as well.
Wir freuen uns sehr, dass die Anyblock Analytics GmbH die Expansion der Blockdaemon Inc. in Deutschland anführen wird! Dazu wurden letzte Woche die entsprechenden Verträge unterzeichnet und mit dem endgültigen Vollzug ist kurzfristig zu rechnen.
October edition of our new monthly Twitter digest where you will find a summary of our monthly company highlights and announcements published on our Twitter account.
Developers must know how to manage SQL access & databases, how to configure JSON-RPC API, and how to submit smart contract ABI at Anyblock. Explained through graphics and videos.
Anyblock has completed indexing of the blockchains of Dogecoin and Bitcoin Cash and they’re available to explore. Data to be accessed and explored through Anyblock Explorer and Universal Search.
This is our new monthly Twitter digest where you will find a summary of our monthly company highlights and announcements published on our Twitter account.
Paying for Anyblock blockchain services must be easy and efficient. Credit cards support recurring payments. We’re keeping our free plan. You can try and make sure we’re a good fit for your project.
We decided to leave the old database server at sql.anyblock.tools:45432. The new cluster can be reached at sql.anyblock.net:5432 – which is indeed A LOT faster!
If you’re only using our API, Alerting or Dashboards and do not use the SQL Server, there is nothing to do and things will keep working as expected.
The data will still be updated on both SQL servers and your existing credentials will be migrated, so except from changing the host and port, there is no immediate action required for your SQL Mainnet production use cases. Everyone else should start migrating their scripts as soon as possible.